All ya'll niggas is big, but none ya'll is ready to die Lights Out by Royce Da 5'9"

Two meanings:

1.) He is not afraid of their threats, even if they are larger than him.

2.) Even though they are as well known as Biggie Smalls, he’s not afraid of them because it’s all talk.

This is also a reference to The Notorious B.I.G. album Ready to Die, which means that even though he may be bigger than him, you will cower when death is involved.

And that none of them will ever be the legend Biggie is.

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"Death is Certain" Stand Up by Royce Da 5'9" (Ft. D-Elite)

Reference to Royce Da 5'9"’s album Death is Certain.

Just a small shout out to Royce for support.

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I know "Death is Certain" so I merk a nigga 'fore he merk me No Talent Rappers by Royce Da 5'9" (Ft. Cutty Mack & Juan)

He will kill a guy before they kill him.

Also referencing Royce Da 5'9"’s album Death is Certain. Just a nice little shout out.

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With the cheddar sittin, by the Glocks and the grams
And the box of seran, in the bakin soda vision
Where pots and the pans, rockin a slab
No Talent Rappers by Royce Da 5'9" (Ft. Cutty Mack & Juan)

Painting a picture of a crack house, with the ingredients and finished product on the table. Alongside their guns and money.

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So you are, honestly bonded to me, not through rhymin
But through the, amount of breathin between our mom and our father
Brother's Keeper by Royce Da 5'9" (Ft. Kid Vishis)

A nice way of saying intercourse, since Royce and Kid Vishis are biological brothers he is saying that they are actually bonded by blood, since their parents conceived them.

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The tattoo had to be in the right spot
To remind me of how notorious that my life got
Best to Do It by DJ K.O. (Ft. Elzhi, Royce Da 5'9" & Supastition)

Royce has a large amount of tattoos and this means he has one that reminds him how hard his life was, so that he stays humble.

Also, a possible reference towards The Notorious B.I.G. to remember his roots and inspirations in hip-hop.

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Royce da 5'9" give ya ill verses Hood Love by Royce Da 5'9" (Ft. Bun B & Joell Ortiz)

Referring to any number of tracks from his impressive discography.

Also, could be referring to the verses he literally gave to Dr. Dre on The Message, Diddy Tell Me, and The Way I Be Pimpin' (Xxplosive Part 2).

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Bet it, I'm shooting premium gas, leaded Thing for Your Girlfriend by Royce Da 5'9" (Ft. K-Young)

Using wordplay here to say that he shoots his gun often. The lead is the bullets. Also referring to when you get premium gas, it should be considered leaded (even though that’s not always the case,) because when you get the lesser, it would be unleaded.

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Follow me like I'm Allahu Akbar Mine in Thiz by Royce Da 5'9" (Ft. Mr. Porter)

The Allahu Akbar is an Islamic expression of faith.

God is [the] great[est]

The phrase can take many different contexts within the Muslim world, but regardless, it is usually used to praise the Allah. Royce is trying to get the people to follow him with great passion, to the extent that people hold to their religion.

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I pull up clean, manners of a gentleman Mine in Thiz by Royce Da 5'9" (Ft. Mr. Porter)

Ironically he had a line in an earlier track New Money where he said:

Gentleman’s bet, no gentleman ‘bout this

Apparently he has changed his tone throughout the album.

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